We’ll be covering the use of increased and decreased speed as a speed ramp to create amazing effects in Filmora. For any slow motion speed ramping, be sure to film in at least 60 fps as to prevent your video from becoming jumpy or “ghosting” in edit.
Interested in trying Filmora?
Filmora 9 ➡️https://bit.ly/2MkD6E3
Filmora Pro ➡️https://bit.ly/307aO3h
✔️ How to use “Flicker” in Filmora:https://youtu.be/MMNpJsZEyYs
✔️ How to use “Dissolve” in Filmora:https://youtu.be/0xAyh1V6oxQ
✔️ How to Pan & Zoom in Filmora:https://youtu.be/DmshbWJXUyY
Subscribe to this channel:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjbN…
✔️Become a Channel Member!https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjbN… #wondershare #filmora #SpeedRamping
All images and additional video segments contained in the Thumbnails and/or B-roll segments are used in strict compliance with the appropriate permissions and licenses required from https://pixabay.com and/or https://stock.adobe.com and in accordance with the YouTube Partner Program, Community guidelines & YouTube terms of service.
Parents strongly cautioned; This content is not intended for children under 14 years old
Widget not in any sidebars